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EXCURSIONS. P. A-ND A. CAMPBELL (LIMITED). SAILINGS FROM CARDIFF and PENARTH. (Wind, wee-ther, and circumstances permitting.) LEAVE CARDIFF. Fri., 27-I.W, 15, 5.15, 7.0 I pm S«~, ?3—7.15 tun, 12.15. 1.50, 2-30, i.50, *4.30, 5.oO, 6.0 pm ] Moo., 30—7.45, "9.30 a.m, 2.25, 3.15, 4.40, 5.30, 7.15, *8.0 pm Tues.. ii—tt.a. 3.45 am. 3.3c j Wed., ¡O, 9.25, 10.50 air., I 4,20, 5.15, 6.45 7.30, *8.40, 3.30 11.30 a.m, 5.5, S.O, 7.15, 8.1s LEAVE WESTON. 12.25, *2.15, 4.10, 6.0, 6.15, 10.20 piii 11L30 tm. 1.20, 2.25, 3., 4.25, -5.15, 6.45, 7.0, 7.15 13.40 m, 1.30, 3.50, 4.15, I 6.0, 87.0, 3.30, 8.5 pm 8.55 am, 3.0, 4.35, 85.20. 6.40, 7.25, 9.0, 9.15 pm 8.55, 110.1.5 am, 5-W, 6.15, 7.O. 3.25, 89.30, lC.20 3.55, 810.30, -11.0 m, 4,0, 6.10, 7.0, 3.30, 3.10 UbKiST and CHEAP WEEK-END TICKETS are Issued to Principal Stations in WEST OF ENGLAND. Also DAY TICKETS to CHEDDAR and WELLS. LEAVE CARDIFF. Sat., 23— HL.30 pm Mon., 30—2.30, b4.45 pm Tues., 31-3.40, b5.30 pm LEAVE Cardiff; Fri., 27—AL2.15 pm Sat., 23—hl.30 pm Mon., 30—2.30, 54.45 pm Tues., 31—3.40, b5.30 pm LEAVE CARDIFF! Sa.t., 28-2.0 pm LEAVE CARDIFF! Fri., 27-6.0 pm Sat., 28—56.30, c§7.20 pm Mon., 30—*9.25 am Tues., 31-tlOO asa Wed., 1—f9.30 am Thurs., am LEAVE CLEVEDOX. j 6.25 pm o i 3.25 am, 3.10 pm 9.10 Pill j LEATE BRISTOL. 1 4.0, c-4.15 pm I 5.30 pm 11.30 am, 7.15 pm | 3.15 am, 8.15 pm_o- LEAVE MLN" EUEA-D. 15.0 pm r LL"Vg ILFRACOMBE. g.O pm io.G am, i10.30 pm 2.15 pm 13.0 pm I 5.5 pm 16.0 pm t Cneap Route to Deron nnd Cornwall. FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. BRISTOL.—Card:fl ali.15 pm, Bristol 4.0 pm. Fare, 2s. EVENING TRIP ILFRACOMBE.—CildiS 6.0 pm, Ilfracombe §9.0 pm. Fare, 23. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28. AFTERNOON TRIP CLEVEDON and BRISTOL.— Cardiff hi.30 pm. Bristol 5 30 pm, Cievedoa 6.25. Fare kelther place), is. REGATTA AT MIXEHEAD. AFTERNOON TRIP MINEHEAD.— Cardiff 2.0 pm, Minehead 5.0 pm. Fare, 23. 6d. NOTE.—The time of leaving Minehead. previously advertised at 5.30 pm this day, 13 now altered to 5.0 pm. EVENING TRIP ILFRACOMBE DIRECT (Giving about 14 Hour on Shore).—Card.tf §6.30 pm, llfllllcombe 510.30 pm. Fare, 2s. NOTE,-Tli-s Steamer starts from Cardiff. MONDAY, AUGUST 30. AFTERNOON TRIPS CLEVEDON and BRISTOL.— Cardiff 2.30 and b4.45 pm, Bristol 7.15 pm, Cievedon 8.10. Fare either place), 2s. TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. AFTERNOON TRIP CLEVEDON and BRISTOL.— Cardiff 3.40 pm, Bristol 3.15 pm, Cievedoa 9.10. Fare (either place), 2s. CLEVEDON and BRISTOL.—Cardiff b5.30 pm, Bris- tol 8.15 pm, Clevedon 9.10. Fares: Clevedon, Is.; Bris- tol, ?3. Doea not call at Peaarth. c Single Trip. § Does not call off Lynmouth. e Via Weston. b Peuarth 20 m outea earlier a Penarti 25 minutes earlier. b Penarth 30 minutes earlier. SPECIAL NOTICE.—Passengers' Luggage is trans- ferred to and from the Steamer at Cardiff Free of Charge. THROU(IH BOOKINGS from~aU f AFF~ VALE aid KHYMNEY RAILWAY STATIONS to WESTON, MINEHEAD, and ILFRACOMBE. For Further Particulars, Tickets, <tc., apply to WM. GUY, 70a, Bute-street; or T. COOK and SON, 2, Duke-street, Cardiff. Telegrama: Primrose." Nat. T, Cardiff, 211. &4576 TJARRT RAILWAY. MAGNIFICENT (RED FUNNEL) STEAMERS. Ð4ILY TIME-TABLE SERVICES, Via BARRY rizit twiad, Weather, Acoidents, Hindrances, or other Circumstances Permitting). WESTON SERVICE. Trains leave Daily (-Not Sundays). Porta, Bridgend. ti tea met Ckrdlff PontypridiL Ctllinf Returns (Biver- 10 Kins. All Vale from •id*) Luar. Station*. Wests a. 1.12 am 6^5 am 8.30 am 1.15 am 1.20 am 9. 0 am 11. 9 am 1L25 am 12. 5 pm 11.10 am 1.45 pm 1.45 pm 1.32 pm i-37 pm &17 pm 415 pm 6.48 pm "1.15 pm 7.46 pm 3.30 pm Fares:—Cardiff to Weston; Single Is. 6d., Day Trip 23., All Evening Trips, 5.0 pin &nd after, la. return; Wednesday, 2.: pm and after, Is. 6d. LYNMOUTH AND HLFRACOlBE SERVICE. Porth, Bridgend, Steamer Card til Pentypridd. Caillnj Leaver (Biver- 10 Mine. All Vale Ilfracombe idde). Later. Ltations. Daily at 9.37 am 9. C am 8-30 am a.30 pm Fares:—Cardiff to Ilfracombe, 3s. and 4s. Friday, 27th.—Afternoon Trip Minehead and Porlcrk. —Train Cardiff Riverside 2.32 (calls stations to Barry;, P Minehead 6.40, Porlock 7.15 pm. Fare: Minehead, 2s.; Poriock, 2s. 6d. Saturday, 28th.—Afternoon Tep Minehead and Cruise. —Excess Train Cardiff Riverside 2.10 pm (intermediate times see bills), Miuehead 7.15 pm. Fare: Minehead, 2s.; Cruise, 2. 6d. Monday, 30th.-4CImelly.-FxpTess Cardiff Riverside 9.37 &111 (intermediate times see bills), Clovelly 4.10. § Calls off Lynmouth to and fro. • Last steamer for Porth and Bridgend Sections. Through bookings from all Barry, Taff, Rhymney Stations. S. LAKE. General Manager. a4960 TEMPLAR MALINS' NEW TEETH NEVER CHANGE COLOUR. NEVER WEAR OUT. THE BEST ARE GUARANTEED FOR FIVE YEARS. BUT WILL LAST A LIFE-TIME# ADDRESSES: CARDIFF: 51, QUEEN-STREET. IERTHYR: 39, HIGH-STREET. PORT TALBOT: 26, WALTER- JL STREET, ABERAVON. SWANSEA: 65, OXFORD-STREET. lOpposite the Empire.) ALL OPEN DAILY. &4066 TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION ^EVERAL reoently-calved Heifers for Sale, mainly S E\¡;on good -£<lrier!lior Bob. 1:r Bhoose, near Cardiff. c5b(N CREA3f- Cane Mail-cart for ?ale; nearly n w; canopy and ocd.-l56, Donald-street, Roath Peark. e:103w3o W-?-NTED. ciean, rel?;?;i le (;?, 1, about fourteen, 'V c\Tf¡stcih h.fi::leairkourk\ I 76. George-street, B?i,ry Dock. ,3104?30 PORTHCAWL.—Comfortable Apartments to Let from September 6th; near stat?on an() sea.—Miss iidwards, St. Joseph's, Ilh?la,?l.,Iphi?--road. e3105w30 FOUND. Cro36-bred Airedale Dog; if not cla.im in 3 days w1l 00 sold to defray expenses.—Hutchings, 125, Cat hays-terrace, Cathays, rd iff. e3107w30 A pl?,ndid Lot ,f Ge?se, Ducks, and Pallets, clean Al'%or?'iiiig Ferret?, 5". each; Poultry Bought or Ex- clliingC<1.-ü')¡ eill, 3, ilen)-pe-ei-road, Canton, Cardiff. e3iC3a2 YOUNG Man, aged 25, smart, good appearance, W?lt? y tact and abailgity. wishes to lake up Position as Traveller or Assistant Traveller, as L.egi.nner; g-ood references.—D 35. Evening Express, Cardiff. e310Sw30 EDIsoN Ph4onograpki and 52 Records, Elar,,Ye t?ra? horn and stand, for Sale, cheap; or would Exchange for Bicycle or anything useful.— —Apply 9, Spring Gardens place. e3102wi0 THRACOMBE. ?"Apurtment? piano.cen?ful; -,?.nb -;ep .'oer 4th; moderate.—Watts, 3, Bal- moral-terrace. e3114a2 £ i weekly earned making Incandescent Mantles.— Enclose envelope, Incandescent Co., Camberwell Station-read. London. eoliOaO Vt,*ANTKD immediately, good Cook-General; ami!y 4' three; nurse kept.—Mrs. Hculledge, The ook, E?,bw Vat? Mon. I la2 WANTED, a trustworthy General; references re- w quired.—Apply )Ir. ?fiSths, Prince of Y?ai?a Hotel, Abertillery". e3U2a2 -K.NTED by 14th of September, a smait, experi- r, enced Girl for Houscworli; assist in bar when required.—Lewis, Ansel, I.laneiiy. e3113a2 COMFORTABLE, Combined Room to Let; every convenience; Riverside; terms moderate.—Apply D -1 crd;"T. 1 b,,vZO WANTED, Situation Pl:un i ock, B«isiness 'T or Hotel; good character.—Williams, Bnsta, Mart let. wy, Teni pleton S.O. e3120w30 WANTED, experienced Housemaid who will act as 'f maid to little girl; :(00<1 needlewoman; house- pariourmaid kept Applv Mrs. Svclne" v Gregor, cst- brook, Swansea, e3121a2 OUTFITTING.—Juniors wanted.—Jones i'.nd Watkins, AbercaJU Shop, Eb'!>w Vale. e3117a2 XJTEART'S Midnight"; mine bleeding because you JTA aikent, ar.d petals falling, failing fast through grey, gloomy mists and rain in our sweet rosegarden. Dear healing llowets from man's despair."—Reading. e3;2bwù IF you won't live without intist 11 live 11 ior me, but cannot help or write as before, wounded. uy must "all men kill. "? Perhaps yours "sword brave nan ? Torturing denied treasure.—Royal. e«M k-NTED, Woriin.- single young men; good aome l??r suitable person; state age and M)a.ry required; referencM e?ential.— Apply W. Boooyer, t>, I'ark-terrac, Tondu. e3119a2 MACKINTOSHES direct from the 31a?€r.?—ive It: shopkeepers' profits; patterns sent post free on reccipt of po?t-cird.-Clarke, 68, Prospect-road, Mos -iey. Birmingham. e3118a2 -l\Tt:P"E Otle Comiortable Home W Lady dunng l. l Accouchement.—1, ??L. Albai' 6 Viilas, He ?lett- street, Cheltenham. e3122a2 "ï I::LL-1<'nl"ilisïi, Six-roomed Hou to Let, in good position, .efli, tenant, at 25s. ,et?kly for September, guinea weekly from September if con- tinued through winter; the use- of gec- piano inclusive; healthful, sheltered; south apcet; nice land and sea views from large drawing-room.-lir,. England, 13, Hiil-road, Clevedon. e31 jja2 LODGINGS, with or without board; piano; bath; electric light; large galdn; suit Jady or gentle- man, ur young married couple; no chiluren; terms moderate; 2 minutes to town.—Its, Cowbridge-road. e3127w30 LUST. August 26th, on board !UI. Cambria for Ilfra- combe, Pair of Gold-mounted Gla8c" (pulce-i?e.); or just after leaving boat at Ilfracombe; finder .re- warded. —llarepr. 267, Newport-road, Catdilf. ew30 OIL Painting.—A few for Sate; very fine bargains.- ?? Apply 4, C.?'Ie?.rcad?. "rdiff. e312Sa2 Tr%RESSMAKlNG .—B€q'red, gocd Maehim"t? also ?oed Bod¡e Hand and -\sistants for Coat Reom. -pp"¡y Rolis and Tyler, Cllarl-,treet. e3129a2 ,R. Gorman, 15, Bridge-street, 32, Caroline-steet, J?jL Cardin. Ladl' a.nd Uen'tiemen's Wardrobe D-aler Uniforms, Jeweller;' Carpets, Furniture, &c.; established 1204. Nat. Tel.. 2294. e3132a2 -1 VIL-Cart for ale; good condition; can be Ll6e-d or or do,ible; cost £ 4 10s. last season; \11 .ac'' ifice for 25s.—Apply 259, Cecil-street, Roath. e3130w30 ofvGLK White Mail-cart; only used 3 time; quite i? ;ew; bar?i"; 17?. Cd.—Apply School Hou?e, Marf- barougli-road I%Oatli. e3.L31 wQ. I K< i L; e3131w30 ,i)' '¡'ED immediat?iv, thoroughly expeflenœd W cook ? .Hppiy.-Apply Manner. Great W?tern Hotel, Cardiff. e3134w30 \?'TED"? once. rel?bte Chauffeur; tr?-e!Hn? ? for OM month.-Apply, statmg wages required and experience, to IheaMS ??y!M, Uia, t?. a,, d experwm4oe. ow yemyjx? 6IW1 STOP PRESS Latent Telp^am^ 4.5^TILGATE KAXDICAP RESULT Mr C Wood& -U.DeI C Wood 4 7:2 Col H Feawick's CVrcy- Cup Scerrard 4 7 7 -ILt F 6ter..s Peter.r,) Davies 3 7 0 f.rev Coronet. Peregrine Pickle, St Di6tafI, }li\; -.25—NE\VDIG ATE PLATE' Remit — F rl2,9 igh t Down shire j Ganyraede II. Beit.aj—5 to t d3;' Moet. 6 to 1 aget CVierry Cap, ar.d 5 oo agst Peteiloo. .5-A¡!o ran: Caffs. .Betting-6 to 1 agH Fore51ght. THE DISASTER AT PENYGRATG. DEATH ROLL INCREASEU. It is stated that Harry ilarshall has s-ince succumbecl to liis injuries AMPL JATIOXS. The four men in Porth Cottage Eosiptal are: Thomas John Davics. T. J. Morgan, W. Tbomat, and Thomas Morris, all suffering1 Irom fractures. Tha first-named, had his thi?h amputated, an;, the second hi.,6 arm. Ampu- tations will be nicest art- in the cases of the crher two. Fn-E MEX OX TOP OF RBI. William Fry, who, with his son David John Fry vas in the cage, when interviewed this afternoon as he htr. in bed, said: "It came all so sudden. We went down like a stone. It was all over in a moment. We were huddled up together, and there were five men on top of me with broken bones ancyal, sorts of injuries. I tiied my best to extricate my- self, but could not do so. It wag pitch dark, and cur senses were really knocked out of us, so that I doubt very much if any of us ca-u gio an auttrtntio aceount of what d,c, occur. It Wi the aiii ¡.,b.QQ,Ün;¡ of the men in the two decks that made us flrrt realise the nature of the catastrophe of w hhich we were the \ict.im>. It was, I think. through being- pinned under the other men tnat, I gi->t my in.juries, and I had to stay in this roeition for so" long a time that I was numbed and helpless by the time I was taken out." 3fr. W. H. Edwards's Eleven second innings -T. A. L. Whittington, b J. X. Crawford, 44; W. A. Ed", ards. b H. A. Giioert, 9; J. Bevan. c J. X. Crawford, b E. T. Crawford, 1; J. B. Edwards, c E. T. Crawford, b H. A. Gilbert, 5; R. John, b J. X. Crawford, 55; Stanley Re" c and o H. A. Gilbert, 8: C. P. Lewis, b J. X. Crawfcrd, ]s H. A. Gilbert, 6; W. A. Williams, -1. 0; J. V. Kees. not out, 4: J. -N' Cr,aw f ?, AUertbrook, c il Morgan, b J. X. Craw- ford, 0; extras, 15; total, 133. Sussex 80 for two Somerset 100 all out iLancaihire won by 93 ruris) Yorkshire 126 for four Kent 107 for two Heweli Grange 57 all out Worcestershire 140 all out Vu-iokshire 101 At oat (Haaeahire won by an innings and 83 raof) I

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